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We understand that as young people the pressures you face in this modern world are bigger than ever before. We appreciate that it is unrealistic to think that your state of wellbeing will be high all of the time. But we also know that those young people that thrive at school (and in life generally) are those that are most able at identifying when they are not feeling their best and are very effective at responding to their needs. Getting to grips with your wellbeing is a hugely valuable life skill, which will enable you to realise your potential both in and beyond school. Every Wednesday in tutor time tutors undertake a wellbeing activity with students. This can range from ideas about Self-Care to learning about different ways we can all look after our own wellbeing.

Below is a list of places that you can consult for help or advice on how to manage your wellbeing. 

Help or advice inside school

  • Come and find a Mental Health First Aider, they are: Mrs J. Smith, Mrs D. Collett, Mrs J. Pankhurst, Mrs M Watts
  • Form Tutors
  • Head of Years who all have undertaken Youth Mental Health First Aid training
  • Health & Wellbeing board outside the staffroom
  • The Wellbeing Ambassadors (6th Formers) can be found in K3 every Monday and Friday lunchtime, they have an information  board near to the Science corridor
  • Form Tutors
  • SEND Staff who all have undertaken Youth Mental Health First Aid training
  • CASY counselling service

Help outside school

Can’t find anything that deals with your worry?

Lincolnshire County Council provides a list of all the support groups that are available locally. You can search the list to find relevant groups/support.